Re: Dealing with an idea deficit...
|From:||Sylvia Sotomayor <kelen@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, September 14, 2004, 7:24|
On Monday 13 September 2004 21:51, David Peterson wrote:
> Trebor wrote:
> << I don't know how I'm going to get my hands on a Braille copy of
> Morphosyntax_, unfortunately, but maybe you guys could help?>>
> An invaluable resource whose name I forget and which I'd love
> to have
> is a book that gives every type of verb in American English. I think
> there are something
> like 150 different types of verbs that this author identifies, and she (I
> know the author
> is female) gives examples of each and how specifies how exactly they're
> That's what to do with verbs, in my opinion.
This wouldn't be _English Verb Classes and Alternations_ by Beth Levin, U
Chicago Press 1993 0-226-47532-8 (cloth) 0-226-47533-6 (paper), would it?
It's a useful book even for languages that don't have verbs. :-)
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